Originally Posted by Fishsizzle
You make a good point. I should have said most small companies like myself couldn’t care less about BBB or if a business is accredited by them or not.
To me they are going the way of the phone book with yelp and google coming on.
Power/corruption is in everyone’s hands right now. The phone is mightier than the sword
No argument with that. My business rebuilds/sells motorcycle carburetors and I doubt anyone checks my BBB profile prior to placing and order. It costs to much to be a member and the only real benefit is being able to use the BBB emblem on your site or in ads. This might make some potential customers feel a bit easier. By the way, my company has an A Plus rating as a non-BBB member as we don't have any unanswered complaints; that is about all that needs to happen to be A plus and be in business for a certain length of time.